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Rosia Pacifica Questions

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Burstsovenergy24 said:
Dang it Nick!

Your making me want to get one of those funny looking cuddle like cephs! :lol:

Well, if I'm lucky and Paul is able to order them, and have a male and female, and both are realatively young, and both survive the shipping, I'm going to try to breed and sell them.

fluffysquid said:
we've only given them live food. mostly small shrimp.

Would ghost shrimp work? Or the shrimp in the Marketplace forum?
 


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i'm sure they'll work fine. As long as it's of appropriate size relative to the squid. We begin by feeding them mysid shrimp when they are very small.
 
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Thanks again Fluffysquid.
How much do they usually cost? Paul said he thinks he may have found one, so I want to know how many I can afford; and are they realatively easy (like, as easy to take care of as a bimac) to take care of?
 


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Thanks again fluffysquid, it'll probably be around $55 - $75. How deep of a sand bed will they need? Right now I have about an inch of reef sand.
 

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